Durango church helps fund business

Durango church helps fund business

Lenders behind Marianah’s food truck include Unitarian Fellowship
Marianah Hidayat prepares a curry chicken dish in her new food truck beside 6th Street Liquor on College Avenue. Richardson opened her food cart, Marianah’s Authentic Foods, three months ago with the help of a loan from Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango.
Hidayat’s curry chicken awaits a hungry customer. Richardson serves a combination of Indonesian and Chinese cuisine.
Marianah Hidayat helps a customer. “I like cooking and cooking is my enjoyment,” Hidayat said. “I like to share my art with everybody.”
Enormous spring rolls are handed to a customer.

Durango church helps fund business

Marianah Hidayat prepares a curry chicken dish in her new food truck beside 6th Street Liquor on College Avenue. Richardson opened her food cart, Marianah’s Authentic Foods, three months ago with the help of a loan from Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango.
Hidayat’s curry chicken awaits a hungry customer. Richardson serves a combination of Indonesian and Chinese cuisine.
Marianah Hidayat helps a customer. “I like cooking and cooking is my enjoyment,” Hidayat said. “I like to share my art with everybody.”
Enormous spring rolls are handed to a customer.
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